About Cottingham

About Cottingham

Cottingham, in East Yorkshire, is reputedly the largest village, in population terms, in England and can trace its roots back to Anglo Saxon times.

We would like to welcome you to the Cottingham Parish Council website and we hope that you will find it very useful and informative about our Village.

The Parish Council was established in May 1999 and has 11 elected councillors. We hope that this Website will provide useful information and further enhance communication between Cottingham Parish Council and the residents of Cottingham. The whole purpose of the Parish Council is to safeguard the well-being of Cottingham and of its residents. If you have any issues or concerns about anything affecting the village please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Council Office.

The Parish Council is made up of a number of committees. The work of these committees is supported through the dedicated work of voluntary groups, residents and outside support agencies and organisations.